According to The Telegraph, Remi Garde feels frustrated at Aston Villa - and The Sun believe there is a chance he could quit unless things change.
Villa have yet to record a win under Garde since the Frenchman's appointment as manager back in November, and fans are far from happy.
Sitting bottom of the Premier League table with just eight points from 20 games, Villa had a break from their perilous league position as they took on Wycombe Wanderers in the FA Cup on Saturday afternoon.
Micah Richards gave Villa the lead in the first half as they finally looked set to win a game for the first time since September, but League Two Wycombe pegged them back in the second period, as Joe Jacobson's penalty handed the Chairboys a replay.
That result has piled the pressure on Villa and their manager Garde, with some sections of the fanbase already wanting the ex-Lyon boss to leave the club.
Now, The Telegraph report that Garde is demanding crisis talks with chairman Randy Lerner, as he wants a hefty transfer budget this month to strengthen his squad, with the Frenchman currently feeling frustrated having failed to bring in any new arrivals during the first week of the transfer window.
Meanwhile, The Sun report that there are people within the Villa Park hierarchy who are now concerned that Garde could quit his position as Villa boss unless things change imminently, just over two months into his reign with the club.
Villa won't want to make another managerial change, and with a big meeting planned between Lerner, chief executive Tom Fox and sporting director Hendrik Almstadt, Garde may well be given the chance to spend some cash this month and make one last valiant attempt to stay in the Premier League.